Data centres play an invaluable role in today’s society, enabling low latency connectivity and meeting surging demands for data for organisations around the world, with the need for new ones not likely to decrease any time soon. With this, it is vital that data centre providers and customers build with sustainability in mind.
As both brands and governments look to allay future supply chain disruptions and the very real knock-on effects inflation is having (on businesses and individuals), the topic of on-shoring and all its potential long-term consumer and environmental benefits is gathering momentum.
Connected Kerb works with local authorities to help them achieve their net-zero goals by providing reliable, affordable and sustainable EV infrastructure. Making EV charging accessible to all, regardless of social status, where they live, or their physical ability is also central to their ethos.
– UK construction’s net-zero ambitions are muddied by client apathy and cost constraints
– A lost decade in sustainability achievements
– Less than half of construction professionals have worked on a net-zero project
In this article, Tom Williams of Naveo Commerce takes a look at the central trends affecting the eCommerce landscape, and how the shift to D2C (Direct-to-consumer), subscription models and sustainable practices is made possible with technology.
Joe Fernandes, CEO of BuzzStreets, the digital wayfinding experts, discusses how the phones in your clients’ and customers’ pockets and indoor wayfinding technology could help your company reduce its environmental impact.
We spoke to FI Group’s Alastair Hall & Félix Chermette to explore the subject of R&D tax incentives to assist in meeting net-zero goals.
We look at Circulor, a supply chain traceability company and the recent winner of DIGITALEUROPE’S Future Unicorn Award.
We caught up with Giles Kinnersley, Head of Commercial at Connected Kerb, who explained how the EV charging point provider transforms commercial properties to become more sustainable, healthy and future-proofed.
We cover the key news from the first few days of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP 26).
After a day full of pledges from large companies and countries across the world, leaders cast their attentions to finance on the 3rd day of the UN climate conference COP26.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson launches an international plan to deliver affordable and clean technology everywhere by 2030 at COP26.
Mark Hughes, RVP of UK & Ireland, Epicor, explores cloud computing’s implications for organisational sustainability practices and introduces the key findings of Epicor’s survey of technology decision-makers in the US and the UK.xplains how cloud technology can spearhead an organizations sustainability initiatives.
Devin Partida, Editor-In-Chief at ReHack, takes a closer look at the incentives for businessess to go solar in 2022.
Jawad Ashraf, CTO and Co-Founder of Terra Virtua, looks at the sustainability of NFTs.
Emma Mahy, the CEO and co-founder of IoT Solutions Group, discusses how smart parking technology is helping drivers, benefiting local authorities and improving the environment.
Nations and businesses around the world are working towards net zero targets, and reducing utility consumption is an obvious step in the process. With this significant focus on energy efficiency, how can property developers ensure future net zero compliance? Matthew Margetts, Director of Sales and Marketing at Smarter Technologies, explores the answer.
Top Business Tech looks at the impact of e-waste and how organizations can become a more sustainable by joining remanufacturing schemes to mitigate against the global depletion of resources.
Alan Hayward, Sales and Marketing Manager at SEH Technology, discusses how business can achieve sustainability in a digitally connected world.
If the recent news about electrical waste from Amazon has got you thinking, the experts at the UK’s largest privately-owned IT hardware manufacturer, Stone Refurb, are sharing their advice on why we should all be considering a refurbished laptop.